tv News Weekly RT September 29, 2013 12:45am-1:01am EDT
you know how i'm with the successful launch of expedition thirty seven i think that the good luck of the irish is that you continue for some time yet. of unease now is missed from the answer about movements of attack two kenyan towns on the border with somalia killing at least three people the same group was responsible for the attack on a nairobi mall last saturday which left sixty people dead militants say attacks will continue until kenyan troops withdrawal from somalia. as a key way the editor of the pan-african news while says the incident may cause kenya to rethink its military activities in neighboring countries there's going to be. a more vigorous political debate inside of kenya itself around their involvement in somalia which has been going on now for nearly two years this is a occupation that was inherited by the current government a president who can jada and of course it was started largely at the aegis of the
united states which is financing and providing a lot of military a lot just from assistance to the african union mission to somalia which has approximately seventeen thousand five hundred troops occupying somalia actually propping up the somali federal government in mogadishu but there's still a lot of instability inside somalia particularly in the south and al-shabaab is still a formidable military threat as far as the. somalia federal government is concerned i believe that this incident will cause the existing government in kenya as well as the legislature there. perhaps have a more rigorous discussion around what it actually means to have two thousand five hundred troops in neighboring somalia. so other world news in brief for you now in tunisia even misled government has agreed to resign or in pressure from the secular opposition the decision follows political deadlock
a nationwide protest triggered by the july killing of an opposition leader by suspected muslim militants from a country that was the birthplace of the arab spring will now be led by a provisional government it's a new elections can be held. in italy five ministers from silvio berlusconi's center right party have resigned from a shaky coalition government a step follows weeks of worsening relations between the listener and these party and prime minister rica letters center left grouping of the national budget is now due to start new talks to build a parliamentary majority to avoid the government collapsing the crisis could lead to fresh elections seven months since the last shot. and so don the antigovernment unrest that started earlier this week has now claimed fifty four lives latest fatalities a protester shot dead by police at a rally over cuts to fuel subsidies activists accuse the government of christian
ritual crackdown promising more rallies in the coming days people also demanding president bashir step down after almost a quarter of a century. in madrid hundreds of people are taking to the streets for an anti monarchy rally wanting prover public and slogans of protesters headed toward palace square which was blocked off by police in recent months santa monica sentiment has been on the rise and death decisions of life are spending rather boils a time of severe public spending cuts record unemployment. austerity continues to bite family budgets in portugal making it increasingly difficult for families to put food on the table and the cut to aid programs is making the situation even worse but our local volunteer charities are coming to the rescue so first reports. with little other choice they wait.
this mother and her son now reliant on the parcels hunger and hopelessness increasingly common in today's little. thankful eighty three charity called reaping the day to weight loss. it's almost a million people in the country estimated to be severely materially deprived and struggling to put food on the table charities like this become essential to plug the gap we joined at the start the evening shift. their mortgages and all that was only meant yeah exactly things like employment has actually dropped a little bit and things are getting better slowly here i'm an economist myself i think. right now in portugal i don't believe.
this strategy that we are taking because we should. we should focus on getting more employment in starting to have. some kind of. peace they're going to hold these house sterrett the kind of way your doing stuff is one of the roots with these two to have like the first city in the world often not wasting food so you think you'll achieve it yeah we believe so rethink right so what they call the micro local level they signed up restaurants and cafes in this area today now eight feet that they have left dave closing telling. me. yes some of them some of them along so it's good for us to get some stuff and sometimes we are lucky to pencil in a very we'll today will be a lucky day for us. it's great because the leftover food is not being
thrown into the garbage anymore. back at headquarters and it's all hands on deck to prepare the food parcels all this the brainchild of this a lot of the people who receive our food have always struggled with crisis began and then we have people who are suddenly don't have work and don't have income and . it's. too hard to think for them to take you know the middle class to a situation of needing food assistance so we see those people too. when. first started it was just one man one side turnaround thirty restaurants of a great day in a little over a year and a half later and take a look at this they've got hundreds of volunteers they've expanded to two sites more than a hundred and thirty restaurants cafes and supermarkets are all more than half
a day late to the calls with the country's struggling under the weight of a stereotype measures imposed on seventy eight billion euro bailout deal and with spending cuts to feed programs threatening provisions in place in the country local volunteer run programs to become increasingly important and say for tonight at least some will not go hungry so r.t. it's been. well i'll be back with more news in just a few minutes stay with us. the island is so small the burmese it's the center see the center of the universe.
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